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Maybe it is due to your awful video convert tool. I recommend you have a trial of Video Download Studio, The program can help you convert video to audio with high quality and fast speed. Have a look from http://www.downloadvideos-convert.com/download-videos-music Hope it can help you more or less!
DVD RW is a reusable dvd that most home entertainment systems cant read because most times the disc is not properly finalised your pc is another matter, my advice is that you should burn the movie onto a DVD-R and that should do the trick,
1. If you are using DVD-R discs, your player probably does not support them. There are known compatibility issues with DVD-R discs. If your burner supports it, use DVD+R discs. 2. Try burning at the slowest possible speed. That can help your player pick up the disc better. 3. Did you remember to put a menu in the beginning of your movie? Even if you have the disc set to skip the menu when inserted, it still must exist for some DVD players to recognize it as a disc and play it.
It is not recommended to shut down your system by pressing the power button for 5 seconds. Its the same as unplugging your system, but i guess you don't have a choice. DVD players are quite troublesome. Some DVD players are picky to some CDs, or it could be that the disk may be scratched, or there may be dust in the lense of the player. About the CD not coming out of the drive, it could be a mechanism failure. Is the CD still in the drive? Turn off your PC, take a pin and insert it in the pinhole located in the DVD player. It is a manual eject button used to take off your CD during lockups. Your PC hanging up is because of the DVD.
check what mode the cd video is you may have to burn another one with the correct mode for pc Right click program on cd go to properties check video name plus what is after the . ie home.wmv as you need to burn cds with a general code Try VLC Media Player on computer this plays all my video media
MPEG-2 video is the file format you’ll need to convert to, but you cannot simply burn the MPEG-2 to a DVD and automatically play it in a DVD player.
The easily way is to buy software that will make the transition smooth; I recommend VSO Convert to DVD.